A Men's Breakfast will be held at Hixson United Methodist Church, 5301 Old Hixson Pike, Saturday, at 8 a.m.
A Chattanooga writer, Len Allen, will be the guest speaker. His topic will be "When Facing Giants."
February 18, 2017
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The history of God’s people was a sad tale. Their behavior continually cycled. But it seemed to always wind up worse than the previous cycle. Soon after Solomon’s death, the nation ... (click for more)
Leaders of the Senate Foreign Relations and House Foreign Affairs Committees sent a letter signed by 78 members of Congress to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan seeking the unconditional ... (click for more)
One of the fun characters in the Pixar animated film, “Monsters, Inc.,” is Roz, the slug-like, gravelly voiced administrator who warns her fellow monsters, “I’m watching you. All-ways watching.” ... (click for more)
The history of God’s people was a sad tale. Their behavior continually cycled. But it seemed to always wind up worse than the previous cycle. Soon after Solomon’s death, the nation split into two kingdoms. Not long after the split, the idolatry of the northern kingdom (Israel) became so bad that God summoned a cruel nation (Assyria) to destroy them. Not long ... (click for more)
Leaders of the Senate Foreign Relations and House Foreign Affairs Committees sent a letter signed by 78 members of Congress to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan seeking the unconditional release of American pastor Andrew Brunson, who has been unjustly detained in Turkey since October and denied regular and appropriate access to legal counsel and American consular services. ... (click for more)
Chattanooga Police responded on Tuesday to the 2100 block of Windsor Street, on a report that two people had been shot. Upon arrival, officers located two victims suffering from gunshot wounds. Their injuries are non-life threatening at this time. Both victims were transported to a local hospital by Hamilton County EMS. Two suspects were reported to police. ... (click for more)
The number of influenza-like illnesses treated at Erlanger Health System shows a dramatic increase compared to this time last year. Erlanger reported treating 156 patients with flu like illnesses between Feb. 12 and 18 of this year. This represents a significant increase from the seven cases reported during the same week last year and 15 cases reported approximately a month ... (click for more)
I was sadden to learn of the death of Judge Doug Meyer. Judge Meyer retired from the Criminal Court bench here in 2006. Prior to that he had been the Chattanooga city judge for several years. As a young attorney I tried many cases in front of Judge Meyer. Also while I was awaiting my case to be tried, I would observe him on the bench. Judge Meyer ... (click for more)
I didn’t know until I read John Adams’ column in the Knoxville News-Sentinel that one person who doesn't personally know UTC Athletic Director David Blackburn said he heard he has a drinking problem. I also didn’t know that “the best thing to ever happen to UTC athletics” had health problems, according to a second person who does not personally know him. It is also being said David ... (click for more)